4 days ago | News
When Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, last visited Dallas in October, local law enforcement seemed damn near progressive in its approach to dealing with citizen photographers. Dallas police and...
6 days ago | News
For the past month (or, if one date the onset of disaster to the first whisperings of an untoward relationship between the mayor and a developer, for the past six months), watching Richardson politics has been like observing a slow-moving train wr...
10 days ago | Crime
Bilal Abood, the Mesquite man arrested Thursday as part of a counter-terrorism investigation, hasn't committed any act of violence. Nor, so far as the government seems able to prove, has he threatened to commit an act of violence; if prosecutors h...
12 days ago | Development
Richardson's City Council election is over. Come Monday when the council meets to canvass the results, Mayor Laura Maczka will no longer be mayor if, as she previously announced, she declines the second term voters had no choice but to elect her t...
13 days ago | City Hall
In December 2012, the Dallas City Council approved the condemnation of the Trinity Park & Club, a 23-acre complex of soccer fields and cross-country trails near the Trinity River in Pleasant Grove. The owner, a wiry, Dominican-born ex-high school ...
14 days ago | News
On Saturday, Arlington residents voted by a healthy 59-41 margin to ban the city's red-light cameras, which was surprising only in that there are 10,808 people in Arlington who apparently like red light cameras. The real questions are: When are th...